Destinations


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Nature Marvels
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Asik-Asik Falls:  Indeed, the most popular destination of local and foreign tourists in the province today. It is located  in Barangay Dado, 23 kilometers away from the town proper of Alamada.
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New Israel Zipline

New Israel Eco-Tourism:  Situated at the foot of Mt. Apo, Barangay New Israel in Makilala is now one of the top destinations in the province.  The newly-opened 2.2-kilometer zipline attract local and foreign adventure seekers. To date, it is the longest zipline in Asia. Read More

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Mt. Apo: The country’s highest peak with an elevation of 2,954 meters above sea level. It is accessible via Kidapawan, Magpet and Makilala trails.
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Kabacan Caves

Kabacan Caves:  Two spelunking spots that sits on the periphery of  Kabacan.  The Bangilan and Pisan caves are at least 10 kilometers away from the town proper.

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Fort Pikit

Fort Pikit:  Built in 1893 of stone masonry as part of the series of military fortification in Mindanao by the Spanish colonial government. It was used by the American colonial government in 1902 and in  1912-1945.

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Tawsuvan Falls

Tawsuvan Falls:   The Tawsuvan, or more popularly known as Bongolanon Falls, in one of the popular destinations in Magpet town, which sits on the foot of Mt. Apo.

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Inland Resorts

Lake Agco Spa & Resort
llomavis, Kidapawan City
Contact No. 09061566367

RC Martinez Farm & Garden Resort
Ginatilan, Kidapawan City
Contact No. 09061566367

Le Reve Resort
Kisante, Kidapawan City
Contact No. 09099091803

Nating’s Garden Hill Resort
Capayuran, Pigcawayan
Contact No. 09283051476

Watectand Resort & Function Hall
Osias, Kabacan
Contact No. (064) 248 2788

Tigbawan Resort
Tigbawan, Pigcawayan
Contact No. 09296994228

Isla Vista Resort
Tigbawan, Pigcawayan
Contact No. 09463650138

Villa Oro Resort
Tomas Claudio St., Pob., Matalam
Contact No. (064) 392 1465

Tree Haus Swimming Pool
Sibsib, Tulunan Contact
No. 09305178419

Grand Tierra Resort
Sangat, Mlang, Cotabato
Contact No. 09092826910

Camp Anatolia
Kimagango, Midsayap
Cotabato Contact No. 09399168034

Louiella’s Boating Park
Lower Glad, Midsayap
Contact No. 09184638040

Festivals

HALAD SA STO. NINO FESTIVAL held every third Sunday of January in the Municipality of Midsayap, celebrated in honor of the town’s patron saint Sr. Sto. Nino, highlighted by the colorful street dancing and parade competition.

 KASADYAHAN FESTIVAL is celebrated every 6th of April in the Municipality of Aleosan. This festival comprises different activities like street dancing, Lechon Manok parade and trade fair.

 TIMPUPO FESTIVAL is an annual celebration in the City of Kidapawan, People in the place bring variety of fruits to the streets. Cultural shows, parade of local fruit products, exhibits, and street dancing competition are only some of the activities held in this fruit festival.

 KAPAGAYAN FESTIVAL is celebrated by KabaKenos every 18th of August as a way of thanksgiving for the abundant harvest of palay, the town’s major crop.

TAHITI FESTIVAL (August 13) an annual celebration of the vast production of soft brooms and handicrafts making use of tahitl grass which become the main product of the Manobos in the Municipality of Magpet.

 DINORADO FESTIVAL (August 30) a boisterous merry-making of abundant harvest of dmorado rice celebrated during the annual foundation anniversary of the Municipality of Arakan.

SINAB’BDAN FESTIVAL (October 10) is a festivity celebrating the oneness and unity of the tri-people of the Municipality of Makilala.

KAHIWATAN FESTIVAL (October 20) ‘hiwat’ derived from llonggo term which means activities. It is a festival commemorating the anniversary of Pigcawayan.

KAWAYANAN FESTIVAL is celebrated during the first week of December in the Municipality of M’lang featuring the municipal thanksgiving day, lechon sa kawayan contest, bamboo showcase, cultural show and various sports events.

KADAGAYAAN FESTIVAL (December 8) derived from an Ilonggo term “dagaya” which means abundance, the festival is a presentation of the people’s pride being the major producer of agricultural products in the Municipality of Alamada.

KANYONG KAWAYAN FESTIVAL (December 22) an activity that advocates against the use of pyro-technics,during tho yuletide season. It is a citywide contest in Kidapawan that features the firing of bamboo canons using empty milk can projectiles.

ANTPASKWA CHRISTMAS FtSTIVAL (December 1-30) a season of thanksgiving and joyous celebration of tho birth of Jesus Christ that unites diverse cultures and beliefs of the Antipaseño. It is a “Light for Peace” Project where every street and even trees are adorned with colorful playful lights with magnanimous display of creativity and Ingenuity.

On the Road

4 Kids Kambingan
National Highway, Makilala

Jervoso’s Place / Native Chicken Haus
Quezon Blvd., Kidapawan City

Oro Resto
In front of Kabacan Pilot Elementary School
National Highway, Kabacan

Kusina Kabacan
National Highway, Kabacan

Susan’s Carenderia
Beside overland terminal
National highway, Pikit

Pikit’s Hiway BBQ
The Best Native Chicken BBQ
National Highway, Pikit

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